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I saw the APT wire wizard in a book the other day, but I can't find one.

I think the company is out of business, but does anyone know where I can find a similar product?

For all those that are unfamiliar with this product, it keeps the plug wires from crossing over by keeping them straight directly out of the distributor. It was like a cap with the wires molded into it.

Seems like a good idea, so I'm not sure why the company doesn't exist anymore. Maybe it was more of a novely, but it sure looked good.

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I couldn't find anything for the HEI coil-in-cap distributors. I think they have similar products for the external coil models.

Minor detail I forgot to mention in my initial post.
 

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Pre-Tuner said:
I couldn't find anything for the HEI coil-in-cap distributors. I think they have similar products for the external coil models.

Minor detail I forgot to mention in my initial post.
I think you're right. I wasn't thinking about HEI w/coil in cap. Some were called Crab caps for external coil. I can't remember seeing any for internal coil caps either.
 

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The crab caps look better than what I have now. I just switched from TBI to a carb and the wires don't look as nice as they used to with the external coil.

I may just end up getting some cut to fit wires to make it look better, but it still won't look as "tidy" as the wire wizard thing.
 
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